Members Open: POSTCARDS FOR A GREENER EARTH: Call for Entries
Our environment is constantly changing. As our environment changes, so does the need to become increasingly aware of the problems that surround it. With a massive influx of natural disasters, warming and cooling periods, different types of weather patterns and much more, people need to be aware of what types of environmental problems our planet is facing.
These megatrends present major global threats for plant Earth -
Air pollution and climate change
Plastic Pollution in Our Oceans
This year Artist members (Illustrator and Illustrator-S) are asked to create a postcard 6” by 4” using both sides, either vertical or horizontal, that is Earth, environment or climate concerned, addressing a global threat to our Earth.
As Illustrators we become “visual journalists” covering various significant topics around the world and assist in spreading the word through our art and knowledge.
Postcards are required to be framed in a black 11"x 14" inch frame, hung vertically. Both sides of the postcard will be required to be shown. Each side of the postcard must be created on a separate paper, matted or mounted together in one frame.
After the conclusion of the SI exhibit, Postcards for a Greener Earth will travel to FTC Art/Place Gallery in Connecticut throughout the month of February.
Curated by Leslie Cober-Gentry
CALL FOR ENTRIES
Deadlinefor art to be sent to the Society of Illustrators: Deadline extended toOctober 5
On display: October 16 - December 29
Opening Reception: Friday, October 19
Who can enter: Any Illustrator or Illustrator-S of the Society of Illustrators.
Deadline: Art must be received by the Society by September 17.
Guidelines for Art: It is up to our Members to represent the Society at the highest level in this exhibition, which will be viewed by the public and all the remarkable art communities of New York City. Art may be created in any medium including oil, watercolor, digital, collage, etc. Work must be framed with wire on the back ready to hang. The Society will be using safety clips to secure art to the walls. For this reason we request wood frames.